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The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Various
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LibriVox 6th Anniversary Collection. What do you do for a sixth anniversary? We challenged our readers to find any short works which had ’six’ in the title – in any language. The result? LibriVox in all its glorious diversity: sixty-six recordings of poetry, song, short stories, folktales, science fiction, historical documents, travel, art, science and mathematics, in Dutch, English, French and German, from Euclid to the Ziegfeld Follies. (Summary by Ruth Golding) For full details of...
Topics: LibriVox, audiobook, children, poem, poetry, song, science, thermometer, Sherlock Holmes,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Mary Everest Boole
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LibriVox recording of Philosophy and Fun of Algebra, by Mary Everest Boole. Read by Patricia Oakley. Mary Everest Boole (1832-1916) was born Mary Everest in England and spent her early years in France. She married mathematician George Boole. She was the author of several works on teaching and teaching mathematics in particular. This short book, Philosophy and Fun of Algebra, is meant to be read by children and introduces algebra and logic. She uses the word "algebra" broadly, defining...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, children, nonfiction, mathematics
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Edwin Abbott Abbott
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LibriVox recording of Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions, by Edwin Abbott Abbott. Read by Ruth Golding. Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions is an 1884 science fiction novella by the English schoolmaster Edwin Abbott Abbott. As a satire, Flatland offered pointed observations on the social hierarchy of Victorian culture. However, the novella's more enduring contribution is its examination of dimensions; in a foreword to one of the many publications of the novella, noted science writer...
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Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, science fiction, satire, mathematics, geometry, dimensions
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Jerry Bonnell and Robert Nemiroff
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Librivox recording of the Golden mean to 5000 digits by Jerry Bonnell and Robert Nemiroff. Read by Justin Barrett, braindouche, Cow Nose the 50 Pound Cat, Sibella Denton, Esther and Andrew Lebrun. The golden section is a line segment sectioned into two according to the golden ratio. The total length a+b is to the longer segment a as a is to the shorter segment b. In mathematics and the arts, two quantities are in the golden ratio if the ratio between the sum of those quantities and the larger...
Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, golden mean to 5000 digits, Jerry Bonnell, Robert Nemiroff,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Henri Poincaré
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LibriVox recording of Science and Hypothesis, by Henri Poincaré. Jules Henri Poincaré (1854 – 17 July) was a French mathematician, theoretical physicist, and a philosopher of science. As a mathematician and physicist, he made many original fundamental contributions to pure and applied mathematics, mathematical physics and celestial mechanics. He was responsible for formulating the Poincaré conjecture, one of the most famous problems in mathematics. In his research on the three-body...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, science, mathematics, physics, logic, philosophy
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Scott Hemphill
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LibriVox recording of The First Fifty Digits of Pi, calculated by Scott Hemphill. 56 flavors of Pi proudly produced by LibriVox volunteers to celebrate Pi Day, 2008. (3/14) Don't worry, you don't have to listen to an infinite string of numbers: each reader presents just the first 50 digits in styles of their own choosing. In light of the spirit of this occasion (and the might of our spirited community), this LibriVox offering makes a gentle exception to the policy of faithfully presenting just...
Topics: Pi, mathematics, humor, librivox, audiobooks
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Henry Parker Manning
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LibriVox recording of The Fourth Dimension Simply Explained by Henry Parker Manning. Read in English by Availle. In January 1909 a friend of the Scientific American paid the sum of 500$ which was to be awarded as a prize for the best popular explanation of the Fourth Dimension. The object being to set forth in an essay not longer than 2500 words the meaning of the term so that the lay reader could understand it. 245 essays were submitted, the 500$ prize was awarded to Lieut.-Col. Graham Denby...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, nonfiction, science, mathematics, physics, essays, geometry, four dimensions,...
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by Charles Howard Hinton
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LibriVox recording of The Fourth Dimension by Charles Howard Hinton. Read in English by Peter Yearsley "Mr Hinton tries to explain the theory of the fourth dimension so that the ordinary reasoning mind can get a grasp of what metaphysical mathematicians mean by it. If he is not altogether successful, it is not from want of clearness on his part, but because the whole theory comes as such an absolute shock to all one's preconceived ideas" - The Bristol Times (quoted within the book)....
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Topics: librivox, audiobooks, nonfiction, mathematics
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by Albert Einstein
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LibriVox recording of Sidelights on Relativity, by Albert Einstein. Read by Paul Adams. Sidelights on Relativity contains ETHER AND THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY, an address delivered on May 5th, 1920, in the University of Leyden; and GEOMETRY AND EXPERIENCE, an expanded form of an address to the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin on January 27th, 1921. (Intro from Project Gutenberg) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, science, relativity, relativity theory, Einstein, physics, geometry,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Lewis Carroll
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LibriVox recording of A Tangled Tale by Lewis Carroll. Read by Availle. Lewis Carroll (1832-1896) is famous for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It is less widely known that he worked as a lecturer for mathematics at Christ Church college, Oxford for 27 years. A tangled tale merges his two talents as storyteller and mathematician. It consists of ten short humorous stories which present one or more mathematical problems. The ten knots as they are called, were first published in The Monthly...
Topics: librivox, audio, mathematics, puzzle, carroll, knot, problem, humour, humor, solution
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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LibriVox recording of A Selection of 19th Century Scientific Verse by various authors. Read in English by Ruth Golding. In the 18th and early 19th centuries, it was common for discoveries in branches of science such as botany, astronomy and medicine to be described in book-length treatises in verse. By the end of the 19th century this mode of popularising science was falling from favour as the studies of science and the humanities diverged and study became more specialised. This small selection...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, science, mathematics, physics, metaphysics, dynamics, scientist, poetry,...
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proving trigonometric identities
Topics: trigonometry, math, mathematics, equations, trig
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by Rhys Phillips
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A weekly science & technology radio show.
Topics: pythagoras, trousers, science, technology, engineering, mathematics, radio, institution,...
Source: Pythagoras' Trousers
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by Bertrand Russell
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LibriVox recording of Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy by Bertrand Russell. Read in English by Landon D. C. Elkind Bertrand Russell wrote 'Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy' while imprisoned for protesting Britain's involvement in World War I. Russell summarizes the significance of the momentous work of mathematicians in the late nineteenth-century. He further describes his own philosophy of mathematics, Logicism (the view that all mathematical truths are logical truths), and his...
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Topics: librivox, audiobooks, philosophy, logic, philosophy of mathematics, logicism, infinity, continuity,...
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Librivox recording of Prime Numbers A recording of the first 2000 prime numbers (2-17389). Recommended listening for math fanatics and insomniacs! For more free audiobooks, or to become a volunteer reader, please visit librivox.org . Download M4B (412MB)
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Topics: librivox, audiobooks, mathematics, numbers
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Israel Zangwill
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LibriVox recording of The Old Maids' Club by Israel Zangwill. Read in English by TriciaG Mathematics vs. poetry: Brainy and beautiful 17-year-old Lillie, determined to never marry, begins an Old Maids' Club, while patient young Lord Silverdale advises, observes, and writes appropriate poetry. Candidates for membership must be young, beautiful (and pledged to remain so), and have rejected at least one offer of marriage. The often humorous stories these young women share make up the bulk of the...
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Topics: librivox, audiobooks, humor, mathematics, feminism
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by Lorenzo Hagerty
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Psychedelic Salon Podcast 531
Topics: Robert Anton Wilson, quantum theory, certainty, mathematics
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by Robert Millikan
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LibriVox recording of On the Elementary Electrical Charge, by Robert Millikan. Read by Eric Ray. The experiments herewith reported were undertaken with the view of introducing certain improvements into the oil-drop method of determining the elementary electrical charge, e, and the number of molecules per gram molecule, N, and thus obtaining a higher accuracy than had before been possible in the evaluation of these most fundamental constants. This is a recording of the original paper published...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, physics, mathematics, science, scientific paper, non fiction, experiment
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Various
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LibriVox recording of Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 026 by Various Authors. Read by LibriVox Volunteers A collection of short nonfiction works in the public domain. The selections included in this collection were independently chosen by the readers, and the topics encompass history, travel, embroidery, science, mathematics, humor, philosophy, poliltics, and nature. (summary by J. M. Smallheer) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or...
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Topics: librivox, audiobooks, nonfiction, essays, letters, history, travel, emnbroidery, science,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by David Hilbert
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LibriVox recording of Mathematical Problems by David Hilbert. Read by Prachi Pendse Lecture delivered before the International Congress of Mathematicians at Paris in 1900 and subsequently published in the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society Vol. 8 (1902), 479-481. For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audio books or to...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, mathematics, math problems, Hilbert, Bulletin of American Mathematical...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Community Audio
by J.Warden / S.Williams
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Mathematically-derived instrumental compositions performed on the Apple II computer.
Topics: Apple II, Apple Computer, 8-bit, Mathematics, Geometry, Failure Records
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by Rigveda Samhitha Audio and Text Bhashyam _Kannada Language
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Rigveda Samhitha  Audio and Text Bhashyam _Kannada  Rig Veda's main theme is basic knowledge covering a wide range of topics as concepts, qualities and characteristics of God, soul and Prakriti (the primary source of nature). It also covers the properties of the visible and invisible world, and some basic aspects of physical sciences as chemistry, physics, mathematics, astronomy, cosmology, etc. It also contains human ideals and principles to be adopted in all walks of life. In words of...
Topics: veda, rigveda, Rigveda Samhitha Audio and Text Bhashyam _Kannada Language, rugvedam, rigveda,...
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Silvanus P. Thompson
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LibriVox recording of Calculus Made Easy by Silvanus P. Thompson. Read in English by LibriVox volunteers. Calculus Made Easy: Being a Very-Simplest Introduction to Those Beautiful Methods of Reckoning which Are Generally Called by the Terrifying Names of the Differential Calculus and the Integral Calculus is is a book on infinitesimal calculus originally published in 1910 by Silvanus P. Thompson, considered a classic and elegant introduction to the subject. (from Wikipedia) Some calculus-tricks...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, mathematics, textbook, calculus, infinitesimal calculus, high school math
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by John Phin
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LibriVox recording of The Seven Follies of Science, by John Phin. The seven follies of science; a popular account of the most famous scientific impossibilities and the attempts which have been made to solve them to which is added a small budget of interesting paradoxes, illusions, and marvels. (Summary by John Phin) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats or languages (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, non-fiction, nature, science, experiments, mathematics, physics, chemistry,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Podcasts
by Unmukt
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This post in Hindi is about history of Golkonda fort. This podcast in Hindi is an introduction about the new series on the Golkonda fort and the World famous diamonds. You can also read it here . hindi mein is podcast mein, golkonda ke kile ke itihas kee charcha hai. ise aap hindi (devnagree lipi) mein yahan padh sakte hain.
Topics: mathematics, biography, ramanujan, hindi, podcast
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Various
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LibriVox recording of Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 033 by Various. Read in English by Nicholas James Bridgewater; Edmund Bloxam; Craig Campbell; ACBowgus; Isana; Sue Anderson; Tip Brown; Julia Niedermaier; Delmar H Dolbier; Michele Fry Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include astronomy, religion, United States history, football, child raising, Tokyo firebombing, and more. (summary by Sue Anderson) For further information,...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, religion, Jonathan Swift, mathematics, George Washington, arabic, parenting,...
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by Edmond Halley
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LibriVox recording of Miscellanea Curiosa, Vol 1 by Edmond Halley. Read in English by Lynne T; clarinetcarrot; Kathleen Moore; Barbara Baker; NoelBadrian; Keren Turton; Amy Gramour; MaryAnnS; Anna Simon; Jim Locke; Carol; Ann Boulais; Kristin Gjerløw; Paula Priebe; TriciaG; Kalynda; Molly "The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence." (from its Mission Statement). As scientists have...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, nature, mathematics, physics, astronomy, medical, mechanics, earth sciences,...
Community Audio
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final mp3
Topics: precision, education, mathematics
Audio Books & Poetry
by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
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www.CommunistRevolution.org Complete HTML Text , Complete PDF of Original Book Preface 1.. An Urgent Political Question 2.. What Can We Learn From the Resolution of the Third Congress of the R.S.D.L.P. on a Provisional Revolutionary Government? 3.. What Is A “Decisive Victory of the Revolution Over Tsarism”? 4.. The Abolition of the Monarchist System and the Republic 5.. How Should “The Revolution Be Pushed Forward”? 6.. From what Direction is the Proletariat Threatened with the Danger...
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Topics: lenin, communism, cultural revolution, mao, neil miller, paradigm, politics, stalin, democrats,...
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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Mathematics is often regarded as highly abstract, yet many fundamental explanations about the natural world have come from seemingly arcane mathematical research. On this program, Prof. James Stein discussed how math explains the world.
Topics: science, mathematics
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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Game theory is the field of study popularized by the depiction of John Nash in a Beautiful Mind. But, few may realize the relevance of game theory in everyday life. On this program, Dr. Len Fisher discussed the application of game theory to everyday situations.
Topics: science, game theory, mathematics, economics
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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Do I have a chance with them? Should I drink the milk at the back of the refrigerator? Solving everyday problems like these can be especially problematic without the proper tools. Luckily, math can provide the answer. On this program, Garth Sundem discussed mathematical solutions to everyday problems.
Topics: science, mathematics, everyday
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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Large numbers and statistics constantly bombard us in the news, but putting those numbers into context is essential for understanding their real meaning. On this program, Andrew Dilnot from Oxford University discussed the numbers game.
Topics: science, mathematics, numbers, statistics
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Podcasts
by Unmukt
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These podcasts in Hindi are part of my series on Indian mathematician Srinivas Ramaujan and are being podcast in on 125th birth anniversary of Ramanujan. You can read them in Hindi (Devnagri script) at Introduction , Early Life .
Topics: mathematics, biography, hindi, podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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How many people are having sex at this instant? How many piano tuners are in the city of Chicago? How can we come up with reasonable estimates to questions like these? On this program, Dr. Aaron Santos discussed how to estimate anything.
Topics: science, mathematics, estimation, order or magnitude, fermi method, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
KXJZ's Insight
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Ballot Measures, Demographics and Local Races: What's At Stake In November For California With the November election just two weeks away, Jim Smith of the Woodland Daily Democrat and Pascale Fushoeller of Yubanet explain the races, ballot measures and changing voter demographics in Yolo and Nevada County. Science Distilled Breaks Down The 'Math Of Elections' Science Distilled goes over the math behind the elections in an event led by Sac State professor Jay Cummings. He appears on Insight to...
Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Sacramento, public, radio, Capital Public Radio, CSU Sacramento, News Network,...
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Wolfgang Sartorius Freiherr von Waltershausen
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LibriVox recording of Gauss zum Gedächtnis by Wolfgang Sartorius Freiherr von Waltershausen. Read in German by redaer. Johann Carl Friedrich Gauß (* 30. April 1777 in Braunschweig, † 23. Februar 1855 in Göttingen) gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Mathematiker (Princeps mathematicorum). Er leistete wesentliche Beiträge auf vielen Gebieten, unter anderem der Zahlentheorie, Algebra, Geodäsie, Astronomie, Statistik, Analysis, nicht-euklidische Geometrie, Geophysik, Magnetismus,...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, mathematics, biografie, gauss, gauß, mathematik
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This podcast is about mathematician Dattaraya Ramchandra Kaprekar and numbers as well as constant named after him. hindi (devnagri) kee is chitthi mein, Dattaraya Ramchandra Kaprekar aur unke dvara dhoondhe gaye rochak sankhayon aur sthirank kee charchaa hai.
Topics: mathematics, biography, kaprekar, hindi, podcast
Community Audio
by The Diffusion Team
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Primes, codes and entanglement News by Marc West Prime numbers and Terrance Tao by Marc West Quantum cryptography and teleportation by Ian Woolf Presented and produced by Ian Woolf
Topics: science, cryptography, prime, mathematics, math, code, public key encryption, quantum,...
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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Mathematical equations often seem abstruse and disconnected from the real world, however many of these have changed the word we live in. On this program, Prof. Ian Stewart discussed the equations that changed the world.
Topics: science, technology, mathematics, equations, groks
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by Joanna Rowell, Forrest Gulden, Charles Lee
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Dr. Liesje Spaepen joins us to discuss how language shapes mathematical thought.
Topics: counting, psychology, sign language, deafness, Spaepen, Goldin-Meadow, learning, mathematics
Ourmedia
by Scott Burger
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the banach tarski paradox
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Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
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Several recent books walk the reader through human history by describing the history of specific objects or commodities such as salt, cod, coffee, and even the lowly toothpick. In today's episode, Tom Jackson joins us to discuss his new series of books, Ponderables. This series walks readers through history alongside the elements, the universe, and mathematics, with more to come.
Topics: Groks, Groks Science Show, elements, universe, mathematics, history, Tom Jackson, Ponderables,...
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by The Diffusion Team
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Hot maths and paradigm shifts Brigid Mullane interviews Dr Michael Cavanagh about new software to teach Maths, Ian Woolf talks with Futurist Janine Cahill about paradigm shifts and New Media, Mobile Banking, Serious Games and disintermediation. Presented and produced by Ian Woolf
Topics: science, mathematics, education, software, future, futurism, paradigm, shift, New Media, Mobile...
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by Helen Arney, Steve Mould, Matt Parker, Ed Prosser
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Welcome to the Festival of the Spoken Nerd: Extra Time for Questions Podcast. Festival of the Spoken Nerd is a celebration of science, comedy, music, maths and unashamed geekiness. It's a variety show for the fearlessly inquisitive: artists, scientists, comedy fans, and anyone in between. It's hosted by three of London's best (and nerdiest) performers, who have all appeared as guests on BBC television and radio - musical comedian and physics graduate Helen Arney, stand-up mathematician and...
Topics: Festival of the Spoken Nerd, FOTSN, Extra Time for Questions, Helen Arney, Steve Mould, Matt...
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by The Diffusion Team
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Maths, hot leaves, and body swapping Marc West talks with Jamos McAlister and Marcus Findlay about teaching kids that "calculations are the spelling of maths, not the story", Ian Woolf talks to Dr Andrea Leigh at the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Technology about the science of hot leaves, News by Kalvin Ng and Monica Sharma, and Ian Woolf - body swapping - digital beautification - heart attacks prevent heart attacks - Internet censorship rally around...
Topics: science, mathematics, teaching, education, leaf, leaves, heat, biology, horticulture, agriculture,...
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by diffusion science radio
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Science beyond the classroom; Magnificent Mathematics Patrick Rubie interviews Scott Daniel, a member of Australian Volunteers International and former National Science and Technology Centre (QUESTACON) worker, about teaching Science in Namibia. Marc West talks about the 5 biggest Mathematics stories of 2008. News by Kalvin Ng - New climate change advisers for Obama - Energy sources ranked - Oestradiol causes affairs Presented by Jacquie Hayes Produced by Patrick Rubie
Topics: teaching science, Namibia, mathematics
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by diffusion science radio
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'ET won't go home' by Marc West and Darren Osborne, 'the beer drinking scientists' 'Science of Choice' Ian Woolf interviews Dr Stephen Bush of the Centre for the Study of Choice, the University of Technology, Sydney. News by Aaron Cook - More Hadron Collider - Massive Iceberg heads for Oz - Whoâs been farting on Mars? Presented by Ian Woolf Panelled and produced by Patrick Rubie
Topics: ET, modular mathematics, choice, beer, fart, Mars, iceberg, hadron collider
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by Diffusion Science Radio
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MMORPG peers, fattening air, and circumcision Therese Chen reports on fattening air,and deep voices, Ian Woolf reports on baldness, prostate protection, and hard games. Ian Woolf speaks with Geoff Batty of NICTA about peer to peer research into Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Games. Produced and presented by Ian Woolf
Topics: science, Diffusion, MMORPG, peer, p2p, circumcison, prostate, mathematics, NICTA
Ourmedia
by Scott V. Burger
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Detailing how a simple do-it-yourself project can give some serious, universal results!
Topics: newton, bucket, argument, mathematics, math, philosophy, physics, experiment, thought
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Samantha Thomas
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Alan Turing was one of the most influential mathematicians in the development of computer science and artificial intelligence. On the show today we’re talking with Dr. Barry Cooper Professor of Mathematical Logic at the University of Leeds, and co-editor of the recently released book Alan Turing: His Work and Impact. He’ll talk about how Turing’s original work developed into modern computer science and how he contributed to the code-breaking efforts that helped shorten World War II.
Topics: Alan Turing, computers, mathematics, artificial intelligence, World War II, Barry Cooper
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Épisode 15 sur Flatland de Edwin A. Abbott réalisé avec Nicolas Tupegabet et Pascal Metz de Podcastscience
Topics: livre, maths, allégorie, podcastscience, review, revue, book
Torn Flesh Records
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The Awful Din - A Romance in Lower Mathematics 01 - Beginter...Fox 02 - The Doldrums 03 - Condition of Being Estranged and Disassociated 04 - Fight or Flight The Awful Din Colton Haynie - The Voice Skyler Farr - Six String Electric Guitar Austin Harshman - Six String Electric Guitar Max Weidle - Percussion Tim Arimborgo - Four String Electric Bass Guitar www.facebook.com/TheAwfulDin http://the-awful-din.bandcamp.com Recorded by David Ludlow Mastered by Ronald Llewellyn Released on Torn Flesh...
Topics: The, Awful, Din, A, Romance, in, Lower, Mathematics, Mathcore, Hardcore, Grindcore, Metal, Punk,...
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Tsunami warning and Greentech awards Ian Woolf interviews Marianne Menictas about her tsunami warning modelling to save the most people for the least cost. Matt Clarke in 2006 talks about semen allergies with out-takes, Marc West in 2006 explains cricket psychology, Ian Woolf reports from the Consensus Greentech Awards Presented and produced by Ian Woolf
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Detailing what Thought Experiments are and the layout of the future of the show.
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Topics: Samedi 29 septembre – 19 heures 30 – mon pote - J-M (Je me dépêche d'écrire, à 20 heures...
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The Diffusion Science Show Trivia Special! Join Marc West, Victoria Bond and Ian Woolf as we tackle questions in mathematics, biology, popular science and chemistry. Can you do better than the team? Produced and Panelled by Marc West Also starring Victoria Bond and Ian Woolf
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[+] Reza Negarestani @ Western University May 28-29 2013, Dean's Boardroom, Social Science Centre 9420, UWO, C/o The Centre for Theory & Criticism, The Centre for Global Studies, The Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The Department of Visual Arts, and/ᵃᵗ Western University (UWO London) Reza Negarestani, "Via Finitude: A Reconstruction of Nicole Oresme's diagrams as an Allusion to A Modern Organization of Knowledge" + "Art: A Case of Extreme Hypothesis" : Two...
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Part 2 of our conversation on "What is an explanation?" with examples from computational neuroscience For more, see unsupervisedthinkingpodcast.blogspot.com
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chat with Mathematics @ QBert Scratch Tour, 19/12/2002 Sydney
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SkeptiCamp, Life and HackerSpace 3D Printed toothbrushes and nuclear fusion creeps nearer by Ian Woolf. Robin Hilliard talks to Ian Woolf about Conway's Game of Life, Alistair D'Silva explains to Ian Woolf how to make a bike jacket with turn signals. Taryn Chalmers presents her 3 Minute Thesis about the connection between heart disease, depression and professional driving in Australia. Presented and produced by Ian Woolf
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Trusted computing and ant beauticians Julie-Anne Popple reports on new humans, Dr Frog, and Lego bones. Ian Woolf interviews Kevin Elphinstone and Gerwin Klein from the Validated computing project at NICTA, Julie-Anne Popple speaks with Jerome Buhl of the University of Sydney about ants and make-up. Produced and presented by Ian Woolf
Topics: science, Diffusion, 2SER, computing, security, trust, validation, mathematics, NICTA, ants, frogs,...
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A musical arrangement by the band Bull of Heaven. www.bullofheaven.com
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intro to analytic trig chapter
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En el programa nº52 de "El Rincón de la Educación Infantil" tenemos los siguientes contenidos: - Dentro de la sección "Entrevistamos a un experto", hablamos con Jordi Garreta, Licenciado y Doctor en Sociiología, autor del libro "Familias y escuela". Charlamos con este invitado acerca de la comunicación existente entre las escuelas y las familias. ¿Es mucha? ¿Es poca? ¡Suele ser la correcta? Este y otros muchos interrogantes serán aclarados por Josep...
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It's the mathsiest Overload yet! Join Stu, Siskey, Brennan and Conor to hear about Steamstorm, what's coming next on the European scene, difficult matchups, how maths can be your friend, and what's next for the Dublin meta.
Topics: Warmachine & Hordes, maths, steamstorm
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Sloppiness, stiffness, and stomatogastric ganglion! This episode on underdeterminacy in neural circuits will introduce you to all these topics, as well as to special guest Alex Williams! To start, we take you way back to algebra class with a refresher on what makes a system "underdetermined" (essentially, more unknowns than constraints). There are two ways this can be a problem in neuroscience: (1) neural circuit modelers don't have enough data to constrain their models, and (2)...
Topics: neurons, models, neuroscience, mathematics, math, algebra, modeling, computation
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As computational neuroscientists, the members of this podcast take for granted the fact that math can be used to describe the brain. But is this ability of math trivial or deeply surprising? On this episode we tackle the large philosophical issues behind computational sciences, with the help of a set of articles entitled "The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences" (1960) and "The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics " (1980). These articles,...
Topics: math, mathematics, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, computation, philosophy
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The five pillars of biohacking Oz war on mathematics by Ian Woolf, Meow Ludo Meow Meow explains the five pillars of biohacking, Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced by Ian Woolf Rynos Theme by  MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Topics: science, Diffusion, podcast, Diffusion Science Radio, Meow Ludo Meow Meow, biohacking, encryption,...
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2009 Trivia quiz special Join Marc West, Victoria Bond and Ian Woolf as we tackle questions in mathematics, biology, popular science and chemistry. Can you do better than the team? Produced and Panelled by Marc West Also starring Victoria Bond and Ian Woolf
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Ian Woolf interviews Marianne Menictas about her Tsunami warning research. Marianne Menictas has been creating a mathematical model that shows how to save the lives of the most people possible from a Tsunami disaster for the least amount of money. Marianne is a final year student in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Technology, Sydney Mathematical models can save lives! Marianne Menictas has just finished her degree in Mathematics and Statistics. She's 20 years...
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Manuka honey and rhythmotron Walk fast if you want to live by Ian Woolf, Daniel Bouzho talks about Manuka honey and bacteria, Raelene Sommer describes the Rhythmotron and Penrith Observatory. Fact and sound checking by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf. Join my patrons: https://www.patreon.com/diffusionradio Tip me: http://paypal.me/IanWoolf
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Chapter 11 of Paradigm Volume II: Letter to a Responsible Party : How a person get forcibly de-principilized, in six mathematically defined steps, from: www.imaginenine.com Written by Neil Robert Miller Copyright 2007, William Jefferson Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton Recited by Christian Pecaut
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الفلاسفة كانوا ومازلوا بيحاولوا فهم طبيعة الاختلاف بين الموجودات المجردة و المادية. الكائنات المادية عادة ما بتتسم بخواص من الممكن ملاحظتها زى الشكل ،الحجم ، اللون ، والرائحة، انما الموجودات المجردة زى الارقام يبدو انها بتفتقد للخواص دى! بالاضافة لان الكائنات المادية لها...
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Hello, this is Gary Geck of Gary Geck.com. Kurt Gödel has been called the greatest logician since Aristotle and A Genius at odds with the Zeitgeist. The following is my reading of Kurt Gödel's 1961 lecture called "The modern Development Of The Foundations Of Mathematics In The Light Of Philosophy". As was typical of Gödel's very private philosophical work, the lecture was never delivered. I now will read it in its entirety on youtube or in an mp3 (found at...
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